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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Maritime-inspired Poutine

Posted By on Thu, May 15, 2008 at 3:56 PM

CUT Steakhouse & Urban Grill (5120 Salter Street) may be the only location in Eastern Canada to dry-age its beef in-house for 35 days (to develop flavour intensity), but it's their poutine that is truly one of a kind. For the old fashioned Montréaler in you there is the standard poutine beefed up with with slow braised oxtail, beef marrow and mozzarina for $8. But it's the lobster poutine that really gets my tail. This unusual, yet delicious dish includes Atlantic lobster meat, fresh chives chopped in hollandaise with halloumi cheese all for $9.

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